Little Cayman Beach Resort
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Little Cayman Beach Resort captures the warmth and beauty of Little Cayman through its Caribbean-themed artwork and furnishings. The resort’s architecture is pleasantly simple and evokes a sun-kissed and leisurely atmosphere. It lies on a beautiful white beach with many hammocks spread about it so that you may nap or unwind right beside the ocean blue. The resort also has a large pool area should you prefer to enjoy the view and sounds of the ocean without all the salt and sand.
There are 28 Poolview Rooms here. These rooms feature either 2 Doubles or 1 King sized bed, and they’re equipped with individually controlled air conditioning and a ceiling fan. They also have a flat screen TV, alarm clock, refrigerator, coffee-maker (with Wolfgang Puck brand coffee), a beverage center, and a private bathroom – complete with a shower, hairdryer, and a deluxe bath amenity package. There’s also a room safe and free Wi-Fi.
12 Oceanfront Rooms lie directly on the beach, offering spectacular views of Little Cayman’s turquoise water and the nearby reefs. Additional amenities included in these rooms are either a private balcony OR a patio with sun loungers. They also have a microwave, wet bar, cozy seating area (with a couch and coffee table), and a docking station for music players.
The Cayman Islands have strict Marine Conservation Laws, and many of the 57 dive sites are protected within Marine Park Zones. As a result, Little Cayman’s reefs are incredibly healthy and sustain an abundance of marine life. The most famous dive attraction here is the legendary Bloody Bay Wall, where divers swim through the coral canyons and sand chutes to the blue waters of the outer reef – before suddenly PLUNGING to 6000ft (1800m). The walls themselves are gorgeous, as they’re covered in bright sponges, corals, and sea fans.
At 80°F (26.6°C), the diving is warm and comfortable, and the great visibility makes for excellent underwater photography; the Little Cayman waters are perhaps some of the most photographed in the Caribbean. 500 species of fish have been documented here, as well as eagle rays, angelfish, reef sharks, groupers, and the Caymans’ trademark turtles.
The resort also offers a Nature Spa and boutique store. Additional non-diving activities on the island include fishing (for anglers of all levels), kayak and paddleboard adventures, biking, and tennis. Travellers may also hike the Salt Rocks Nature Trail at the western end of the island, where they may be able to spot migratory birds, rock iguanas, butterflies, orchids and tropical plants, and also abandoned mines and railway tracks. There are also two museums dedicated to the history of Little Cayman and the maritime history of the island. The National Trust House offers library services, local crafts, homemade ice cream, and viewing platforms for bird watching.
Little Cayman Dive Packages Start at $1500 per person